Create a lasting impact on the lives of young Iranians by leaving a legacy of Christianity in Iran.
The next generation of Iranians has the power to change the story of Iran.
Iran remains one of the world’s regions facing significant challenges and uncertainties. With a population of 88 million, the nation’s prospects often seem morally bleak, distancing itself from the hope offered through faith in Jesus.
The next generation of Iranians holds immense potential to shape the future of Iran, for the good or for the worse.
We believe that young Iranians have been intentionally designed by God for “such a time as this.”
Through all of the opposition and persecution, the church continues to grow in Iran at a rapid pace.
Many of the newest members of the church are young Millennials and Gen Z, looking for ways to advance their country and their newfound faith that may differ much from the people who raised them. They are finding hope and a future that didn’t seem possible before.
Jesus is changing everything for them. The time is now.
By getting these young Iranian Christians what they need to advance the movement of the Gospel in Iran, they can accelerate this movement through their families, friends, communities, local government, and beyond, becoming missionaries right where they are.
Jesus can change everything for Iran through the next generation. They need your support.
“When I was 10, my sister shared about Christ. A still, small voice told me that Christ is my Lord and Savior. Now, 15 years later I’m blessed to be able to serve at IAM’s youth ministry and share Christ’s love with my peers.”— HANA
“If it were not for the commitment of my Christian friends, I wouldn’t be serving thousands of new believers at 4:12 Training School today.”— PADIDEH
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